Larry Elder is a talk show host, political commentator and black conservative voice in America. In this conversation, he and Gareth talk about race in America, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the conservative movement, and how awful California is.

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24.08.22 Pt 2 - Gareth has a candid conversation with Larry Elder who is a talk show host, political commentator, and black conservative voice in America. They discuss race in America, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, the conservative movement, and how awful California is.

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Dr Gerard Labuschagne and Gideon Joubert join the show to discuss crime and violence in South Africa. They look at the tavern shootings, kidnappings, personal security, and the state of policing in general. Plus, some tips on how to improve your personal safety.

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16.08.22 Pt 2 - Johann Hari has written a fascinating book about how we’re all more distracted than ever. It’s partly obvious - screens, technology, non-stop reels of news, pictures, videos and self-absorbed nonsense… but it’s also much more dangerous. It’s actually making us dumber too.

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Johann Hari has written an astonishing book about how we’re more distracted than ever, and how everyone (and he does mean EVERYONE) can’t focus. It’s partly obvious - screens, technology, non-stop reels of news, pictures, videos and self-absorbed nonsense… but it’s also much more dangerous. It’s actually making us dumber too. Join Gareth and Johann as they unpack his research, the stories in the book, and some incredible insights in this compelling conversation.

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Dr Alan Mendoza is a Founder and the Executive Director of the Henry Jackson Society - which is a British-based think tank with a global outlook. He directs analysis, research focus, strategy and development for the organisation. Since this discussion was recorded on the day Boris Johnson resigned as Prime Minister, Gareth launched straight into that. The conversation touched on Russia/Ukraine, China, the political left and right, free speech and briefly, South Africa.

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In this episode, Ben welcomes Kuhle ‘Kooks’ Sonkosi to studio to discuss the state of school sports - tackling the traditional sport of rugby and its pull across the country, through to understanding the popularity of emerging sports like basketball. The two discuss how SuperSport’s focused investment in this realm is creating a great deal of positives for the youth of SA going forward.

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Two brave women made it out of a cult and lived to tell the tale. Erika Bornman and Celimpilo Malinga were both taken to KwaSizabantu at a young age and raised in the mission. There they were subjected to some disturbing and abusive experiences, and somehow found a way to escape. Hear their incredible stories in this interview.

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Reflecting back on his journey, Jesse will be making a welcome appearance at the Teatro at Montecasino this weekend, where he will be performing his own original music and songs. Flying in specially for this show is Nicholas Petricca from the critically acclaimed band, Walk The Moon, who Jesse has spent a lot of time writing, producing and recording with in Los Angeles. The duo have a candid conversation with Gareth about how they connected over Jesse's famous dad Johnny, the way in which music can be healing and more.

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Thabang Skwambane is both a philanthropist and a capitalist - and proves they’re not mutually exclusive categories. He has risen to the top of the advertising business and has some interesting, and controversial, views on things like transformation and political correctness. Thabang also tells us about travelling through six countries without money, and helping to raise money for the most vulnerable people in South Africa.

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